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Victories for Bloxham at Shooting Championships

On Saturday 4th May, Bloxham celebrated multiple successes at the National Schools Clay Pigeon Shooting Championships.

The competition took place at Atkin, Grant & Lang Shooting Ground in St Albans and was attended by four Bloxham teams; A, B, C and Junior. The A team won the overall competition by an impressive margin of 17 clays ahead of Millfield, and Warwick placed third with 27 clays behind.

In their respective events, the B and Junior teams both placed first, with the C team finishing second behind the Bs.

Tom O. was awarded the High Gun trophy for the B team's event with a score of 46 out of 50. Edward E. came in second with a score of 44, and George S. in third with 43 clays.

One of Bloxham's coaches, Pam Eagles, said:

"This is a huge achievement for a small school to win all boys team events for the third year running. It's awesome and a testament to the talent and commitment of the pupils and coaches."

Congratulations to all pupils and coaches involved for their outstanding results.